Indy Audio Labs Acurus Scorpion

Multizone amplifier, designed for medium-to-large residential install and light commercial applications.
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Indy Audio Labs has begun shipping of the Acurus Scorpion multi-zone amplifier, designed for medium-to-large residential install and light commercial applications. Featuring proprietary web control technology that simplify remote audio adjustments, zone configuration, and mobile device setup, Acurus Scorpion delivers more than 40W/channel of low-noise, low-distortion audio simultaneously to eight stereo audio zones (16 channels) in a compact, 2RU high chassis. Stereo zones may be bridged for up to 160W (into 8Ω loads). Built-in audio matrix capabilities eliminate the need for external audio matrix switchers in many applications, saving time, cost, system complexity, and rack space. Two dedicated preamp outputs with more than 100dB dynamic range are included and have full input matrix capabilities. These outputs (zones 9, 10) are ideal for applications requiring higher-powered, independently controllable audio zones. External power amplifiers may be driven using these outputs and/or additional Scorpion units may be daisy-chained, expanding coverage to 16 or more stereo zones. A full-color touchpanel display in front facilitates easy monitoring and setup and can be set to sleep after a timeout period or even locked out via password in order to prevent tampering when mounted in a rack.
Shipping: Now
Price: $3,599 SRP
www.indyaudiolabs.com

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